DECLARE WAR ON THE HASHEMITE DWARF KING OF JORDAN! DAMASCUS RATS EXTERMINATED

 

DER’AH:  It is no laughing matter.  The filth-merchant, Hashemite whore-mongering child molester and dwarf half-breed, Abdullah II, has all but declared war on us.  Now, it is time to make war against him and his rag-tag band of flea-infested bedouins.  There is no other conclusion to be drawn from the open collaboration with the Tay-Sachs breeding degenerate Zionist Ghetto State than that the British runt has thrown himself wholeheartedly into the fray with genocidal Erdoghan, the Saudi rat-monkeys, the Qatari cockroaches and the American war criminals.

 

Al-Mitaa’iyya on the Jordanian border:  In broad daylight, the “army” of Jordan gave a pack of rats belonging to Alqaeda logistical support as they penetrated Syrian sovereign territory between Control Post 62 and Control Post 63.  Armed with 5 American pickup trucks with 23mm cannons, GPS equipment, American satellite communications gear and maps provided by the Jordanians, the convoy came out of Samaa, Jordan and crashed into instant death because of the Big Surprise.  Monzer reports over 14 dead rodents lie in the wastelands between the 2 regions of Natural Syria with the carcasses rotting appropriately into the soil.  Many were able to rush back to Jordan where they were seen being met by Jordanian officers.  Make no mistake about it, we are at war with Jordan.

 

Der’ah City:  Masterfully planned raids were the order of the day here at the Media Building, the Main Post Office, Southwest of the SyriaTel Building, Al-Seeba Quarter and the Suwaydaan Neighborhood.  Over 20 rodents killed. I have no names.

 

Jaydoor:  With all fortifications now compromised, the SAA is advancing into this town and killing all remaining rodents.

 

Tal Al-‘Ulaaqiyya Village at the Dayr-Al-‘Adas-Kafr Naasij-Kafr Shams triangle, the SAA killed all these:

‘Abduh Muhammad Al-Qarqa’iy

Daawood Hussayn Al-Hajjaan

Rabee’ Tawfeeq Muhammad

Ibraaheem Al-Hareeri

Khaleel Ibraaheem Al-Mubasbis

Saleem ‘Ali Salaama 

Another 4 could not be identified.

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DAMASCUS:

إحباط محاولة تسلل من الأراضي الأردنية.. والجيش السوري يواصل عملياته في ريف درعا

 

Khaan Al-Shaykh:  The terrorists here cannot hold out much longer with all the attrition.  They are unable to bring in supplies and their situation has, therefore, become hopeless.

Abu ‘Abdul-Malik (PALESTEEZIAN CHAMBERPOT)

Al-‘Asoosi (YEMENI YOKEL)

Abu Mu’aawiya (LIBYAN APE LICKER)

Abu ‘Uthmaan (TUNISIAN TOWEL HEAD)

Fu`aad Farrookh

2 vans were also destroyed in the fighting.

 

Al-Qalamoon near Faaleeta:  The SAA and PDC wiped out an entire pack of jackals here:

‘Umar Muhammad Mu’adhdhamaani

Khaalid Muhammad Tayoora

Muhammad Khaalid Bakr

‘Ali Qaasim Faaris

Maalik Shukri Hamdaan

Khaalid ‘Abdul-Razzaaq Jayroodiyya

Muhammad Ahmad Al-Naatoor

 

Al-Habbaariyya Village:  In the west rural at the entrance, a firefight took place.  No details.

 

‘Ayn Al-Bustaan Village: Very precise artillery barrage near Sa’sa’ where Nusra is located resulted in many rat deaths.

 

Jabal Sees:  This area is in the far southeast of Damascus Province.  A pickup truck with 23mm cannons was destroyed and all aboard killed.


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Mentat
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An illuminating primer on the IS, by A.N. Enemy

dudleydoright911
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Ahh the Keyhadi. The man rails against Israel, KSA, and the West – ignoring that they in fact are the biggest supporters of his boyfriends. Speaking of which, one would think that he would have the stones to go fight for his cause. But he doesn’t. By day, haunts the basement of his parent’s home in Ireland. He springs into action most fervently when his paramours / heroes / kindred mongoloids make any fleeting progress ( despite by any rational analysis getting their asses handed to them otherwise). Also he makes extra sure to pepper his commentary with things like… Read more »
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You seem quite allergic to having your ignorance alleviated, my dear Dudley.

Also, I have never employed any sectarian terminology or argument, as I am strictly against such ‘divide et impera’ tactics. My political opinions are all above, not about, religion.

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https://twitter.com/GLEISE581
https://twitter.com/CelticMujahid

try again asshair. try again. Your twitter has evolved somewhat from being a “liberal salafi” but looking through it tells the tale.

https://twitter.com/CelticMujahid/status/568070450313633792
https://twitter.com/Abamuhammed07/status/567773227942809600

Don’t bullshit a bullshitter. Again, you wax and wane from being a stark raving rabid keyboard commando, to some unemployed comedian, but it’s clear what you’re about.

Mentat
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Your Troofer-typical and evidence-free fixation with what you imagine to be my alter ego is too tedious to merit further correction. Enjoy your Shireen-induced delusion!

dudleydoright911
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You were outed as such months ago, you can peddle the fable as you wish.

As normal, you are lying only to yourself.

queen o bama
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Yes it’s him. Bigging himself up to his Jihaddi fk buddies in a sectarian language they understand only to well
Then comes on here with his total lack of charm wit and dishonesty and uses it to put people down Yes he is good. But he’s a liar, coward wanker and bully A drunken pub loudmouth republican steeped in self righteous bigotry A wannabe Bobby Sands

Mentat
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@Dudley,

please link to where you claim I was ‘outed as such’ … that would be quite fascinating.

Naturally, you can’t, as it never happened, except in your poor imagination.

Mentat
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@ Queen,

I have already dealt with your copypasta … the only thing new here is ‘bigotry’ … can you point to some evidence for this nonsensical claim?

Yes, I thought not. Thus, you are the liar here.

dudleydoright911
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Mentizzle,

It isn’t my job to dig up where you got outed. I don’t need you to admit such, I’m more than satisfied I’m right.

If you’ve had some sort of damascus road conversion and want back into the human race, fine. Judging by your recent tweets, you don’t.

Mentat
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@ Dudley,

LOL, you are judging me by someone else’s tweets, as I don’t even have a Twitter account nor have I ever composed one ‘tweet’ … and even if I did believe half the Sunni sectarian CT rubbish Gleise posts, I wouldn’t couch it in his abominable English, due to having self-esteem, a thing I realize is alien to you.

Try to finally get this through your Troofer tinfoil dome, you more than self-satisfied one-track dummy.

Anonymous
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Mentat,

you have no idea what you are against.

Your thought processes [sic] resemble alphabet soup.

Mentat
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Show me where [you think] I am wrong.

Your generic quips demonstrate nothing but a fear to engage.

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Mentat :
you’re a Republican you’ve admitted it. Sorry but you are few in number amongst Republicans who’d support Groups such as the FSA and the rest of radical Islam Intellectually you’re a few notches above the morons you ally yourself it shows . It must be difficult engaging with them given what they are

And no self respecting Republican would support the people who stuck it up Gaddafi You’ve bucked the trend .You damn yourself From Derry i’d wager

Mentat
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Naturally I’m a Republican, and that’s not something that’s ‘admitted’ by one, you queen’s slave, rather a matter of pride! Now, point to where I have ever supported “the FSA and the rest of radical Islam“? You can’t, because understanding their various positions and condemning the many glaring crimes and rank incompetencies of Assad, SAA & Co =/= support, except in the eyes of an ignorant binary-minded fanatic such as yourself. To explain, as one would to a child: The FSA is a NATO-stoogepack of cheap toolbars happy to be hijacked by the Pentagon for what they hoped would be… Read more »
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Its not often that i disagree with you Mentat but i do on IS. The IS is a private army of the Americans used for demolition and political purposes in the Middle East. Wherever this group turns up the Yanki war criminal air force is sure to be not far behind, as we can see now in Syria and Iraq where Obomber has used the IS as a pretext to dominate the airspace in this region. The Americans are sitting back and watching the carnage unleashed by this group, only intervening here and there where it suits their agenda of… Read more »
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@ Jason, 1. The US would attack any group seriously threatening its hegemony over the M.E. It’s a little thing called the ‘Carter Doctrine’, only carried on with extra trigger-happiness since the USSR is no longer a factor. 2. Yes, they try to take advantage of IS where possible, such as a lever to get into Syria, but that does not mean they control it. This is a normal feature of their politics/war style. 3. Prolonging conflicts abroad and the human and material tolls on other nations are of no concern to Yanki warcriminals. 4. They already planned to remake… Read more »
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He is filthy Turk scum, what did you expect from one of ErDogan’s goons?

Joe Kuku
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Nice picture of Hezbollah firing the Artillery !! Fire a iskander missles on th Fat kings Palace! His sexy wife will make a nice lap dancer

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Arklight, you piece of filthy Alabama hillbilly dung, trying to sneak back in under Dudley’s moniker? You are really the lowest lifeform immaginable. Dudley Do Right is not a level 10-Caesar. He’s a level 8! Busted! So, go back to your out-house where you bred in infamy by some sleazy 10 dollar jewess whore and an Alabama out-of work shit-kicker!! Your inbredness is astonishing as it shows in your stupidity.

Mentat
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You’re wrong here, this is Dudley alright.

The lousy cur Arklight is still off licking his wounds, after the exemplary thrashing he recently received. With any luck they will turn septic and prove fatal. If not, he can brace for round two, under whatever cowardly disguise he may adopt.

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Must be the onset of premature dementia, what can I say then? All joking aside there Mentat, up to a short time ago, I could swear that Dudley was only a level 8 and that there were only 4 level 10s plus Ziad; Chevi, Canthama, our foul, phony Arklight and another who always posts under different monikers. The thing that struck me was that Dudley, despite his seniority on this board, was only a level 8. It seems, however, that the level assignment criteria has been deactivated for quite some time now. Could it be that I’ve entered an unbeknownst… Read more »
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It’s probably not dementia either … I think there may be no level 9, or at least I don’t recall ever seeing one, so the jump from 8 to 10 happens at once.

queen o bama
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Were you laughing when your mates shoved a large knife up Gaddafi’s back passage you hypocritical piece of shit The same Gadaffi that helped arm your Republican heroes;

Mentat
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No, I condemned the bestial murder of Ghadaffi, which was committed by the servants of NATO, not any mates of mine.

But I am a little confused: are you bitter that Ghadaffi armed Irish Republicans, or that he did not do so enough? Either way, please explain why?

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A close acquaintance of mine had done time in the Kesh The IRA had a had a reason for being.Unlike those bstards you support at least they had more or less clear goals I heard the bomb blasts when they attacked Birmingham City centre. Even the IRA leadership at the time knew they’d fcked up big time but hadn’t the nads to admit it until decades had passed . So i have no love for the IRA Gaddafi’s support for the IRA was no concern to me .I believe he was best for Libya Those jackels you support were tooled… Read more »
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Did I attack Libya, murder Ghadaffi, loot his arsenals and ship it + loads of Salafis over to Syria? No, so you should whine about all that to the bastard you literally support, with your taxes, one Mr. Cameron. He and suchlike NATO filth are fully culpable for that warcrimes spree, not I. I think the IS displays admirable clarity about its goals, that doesn’t mean I support them or ally with them, nor does it mean I think they are wrong. They impress favourably compared to all other participants in this conflict, and I like to get all sides… Read more »
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It’s Gaddafi Not Ghadaffi

Mentat
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I so glad you were able to straighten me up on at least one thing, as inconsequential as it may be … well done!

al Jarban
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Jeez Mentat, your opinions throughout this discussion are just so bloody boring. Clearly you aim to put me to sleep to dissuade my support for SAA. Ziad, can we just delete him please. I am just too bored by this.

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@Mentat, Why hate NATO’s gravity? Have you ever heard of s super-sized sun that didn’t have any planets revolve around it? Or a billionaire that couldn’t find a date? Hating NATO for being large and imperialistic is the same as getting mad at the earth for taking away your independence through its inescapable downward drag. ISIS is just a smaller but substantially heavier version of NATO and its imperialism. Your fooling yourself prematurely by praising them for bucking the traditional system and defying world powers. At their core ISIS is just an idea. An idea created by people so terrified… Read more »
al Jarban
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Nice! Well thought out and written, except for reference to oil barrens. FYI you mean “oil baron”.

Mentat
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I don’t hate gravity, but NATO is fundamentally all about occupation and dictatorship, originally by USA over Europe, and since the 90’s metastasizing freely to spread the same rotten system worldwide, by humanitarian aggression or any other pretext, as outlined in the PNAC plan, now official US policy. I object to being enslaved, which the whole EU polity is via this insidious mechanism, despite its ‘sovereign and democratic’ playacting. The agents of USA in Europe, a.k.a. ‘politicians’, ‘journalists’ and ‘generals’ are determined to spread the slavery we suffer onto others, instead of organising to defeat it and liberate us. This… Read more »
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what is your agenda mentat? i saw your name on the andrew bolt blog. andrew bolt is a right wing zionist piece of shit. what is connection to andrew bolt? what is your connection to israel? you certainly have no love for syria or its people. iran, russia and china have no intention of letting syria fall. you are a wishful thinker if you think syria is going to lose. it is not going to happen

Mentat
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Never heard of Andrew Bolt or his zionist b[l]og … thus, no connection to him or any zionist for that matter. I have absolutely no connection to, or affinity for, the racist, Apartheid and warcriminal State of Israel whatsoever. Nor to the very similarly-minded bipartisan bunch of wannabe world Mafia Dons currently running the US amok. Syria has already lost a great deal through this war, I had to agree with Assad when he said that last week. As for which party will prevail militarily, if he & SAA intend to ever win, they’d better buck up their ideas pronto.… Read more »
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i agree with you on some points

Mentat
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Why not betray which ones while you’re at it?

david
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ziads done a runner. why no new posts?

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Good news Ziad, we tend to ferget that there tons of different front lines in Syria, the SAA has to fight then all while we comfortably look it through a computer what those heroes sacrifice daily. My respect to the SAA and Syrians.

Mentat
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A ‘Brown Nose of the Year‘ candidate post right there. Don’t ferget to keep a damp sponge handy, Canthama!

Meantime, in the real world, classic SAA leadership incompetence results in Shamiyah Front + Al Nusra wasting 80 heroes + capturing 30 more in ongoing N. Aleppo battles.

Mentat
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Working link to 80+30

Mentat
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3rd time lucky? … 80+30

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The useful idiots don’t know or don’t like to care that they do the dirty work for the jew.

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See here you go again, glorifying your Jihadi buddies that are killing for the sake of few Shekels, then you find fault with patriotic Syrians that post here.
If SAA was going to win every battle without any casualties we would be knocking on your door in Riyadh, TelAviv or where ever the rest of traitors reside.

JackFTrolls
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A bit of a pathetic way to try and keep answering comments from happening, posting it thrice… and anyway we have already seen this yesterday.
However I must agree, to a de-gree : especially when I look at picture number three on this page.
Sometimes, it’s just hard to believe one’s eyes…

Mentat
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Sorry about that unsightly mess … was just trying to get the broken link to work, not prevent replies.

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Have been eyeing bosra and nassib crossing for a long time.
If the pincer east of Daraa closes and the one in Aleppo also the hardest will be done !

darrin
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Dont think declaring war on jordan is the done thing at time zaid lets rid syria of rebels first.

JackFTrolls
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Jordan has been at war with Syria since three years or more.
Makes no difference.
The problem us that Jordan has just declared war on ISIS as well.
Now that will hopefully turn into a problem for Jordan

Cataro
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True, if the Syrians wait so much to return the favor to Jordan , no sense despair now . First they must stop jihadists

Saladin
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I’ve been reading a number of articles claiming Turkish special forces were involved in the recent attacks against the SAA around Aleppo. Makes sense. In defending itself from the rat invaders, Syria is fighting Jordan, Turkey, and the Gulf States, as wells as the zionist usurpers. We need to see a more active Iranian involvement in Syria. Iranian special forces (of the superb military quality of Hezbollah) would turn things around.

Milo
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And there you have it….what the Rita Katz studios false flag barbecuing a Jordanian pilot was all about……An excuse for that Jew puppet Abdullah to attack Syria……

Nini
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declaring War on Jordan / Turkey / Saudi Arabia is a waste of time. They are much more powerful and have their masters to protect them and syria has to clean its own back yard first.

They only think I can wish is for their population to eat these dumbass so called leaders alive. Thats when syria can support the opposition in these countries.

Lets start with puppet slave English boy Abduallah

gbcd
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Is it true that the terrorists captured 30 soldiers in Ratyan village?

But all in all very good progress by the SAA and its allies. In Allepo a long tunnel which the terrorists were in the process of building with the aim of reaching the Scientific Research Center from the direction of Bab Jdeed area, west of Aleppo city.

Check my blog thanks: http://myawesomedailyfinds.blogspot.com/2015/02/the-tragedy-of-syria.html

JackFTrolls
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They ambushed about 40 and *may* have captured some, too but most of those really look like civilians.
It must have been a large scale operation near Aleppo, and some officer got sloppy.
Shit always happens.
It is good practice to keep soldiers spread apart so they can’t all be gunned down with a few salvos, so I guess this sad setback should be called a Darwinian experience.

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Briefly, on the unfortunate ( more like heart breaking ) losses the SAA has faced in recent days ( comparably low to their victories ) I would offer the following thought. Aleppo has been an area where the rats have been able to dig in for years. I’ve said over and over again that this type of warfare is best suited to them and the one that will take them the longest to lose ( they lose regardless ). We’ve seen them descend on oilfields and bases only to eventually get liquidated by the 10s, hundreds and in some cases… Read more »
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I tell ya, if I were a tactician in a war like this I would find a way to use an enemies’ tunnels against them. Those are their greatest strength in urban environments, and can be turned into a weakness. 1) Thermobaric munitions at tunnel entrances to send shockwaves throughout a tunnel network to kill every living thing in them. Thermobaric weapons “cause considerably … destruction when used inside confined environments such as tunnels, caves, and bunkers – partly due to the sustained blast wave, and partly by consuming the available oxygen inside those confined spaces.” 2) High-volume, colored smoke… Read more »
Anonymous
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How about an industrial version of the Rodenator – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fIMfir6r1Rc

Anonymous
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4) Imagine something like this directed into a tunnel entrance; MIG engine mounted onto a tank. Instead of water, use diesel fuel.

http://misterian.com/2009/08/jet-engine-used-to-extinguish-kuwait-oil-fires/

Mentat
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Yes, very good, but the Dad’s Army traditional tactic against tunnels, and the war in general, is to drink enough to make oneself forget about them.

Nothing can change this except liver failure or a headshot, whichever comes first.

Anonymous
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This would make their job easier and give them more time to drink.

Mentat
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Yes indeed, but they’ve been too sozzled since circa 1973 to think of anything that brilliant.

JackFTrolls
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Don’t be that defeatist – I can only hope that many soldiers are bright enough to read this blog (unlikely), for that sort of thing doeth make people sufficiently paranoid, It used to be Geronimo movies for me…

dudleydoright911
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As opposed to the tactics of your paramours?

Captagon, consensual male on male sex and non consensual sex with everything else that moves.

Mentat
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Whatever provoked this outburst of gibberish, I am wondering?

Khosrow
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The Turks have reinforced Nusra in Aleppo.

Mentat
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Similar to a previous stunt …

Turkish Armed Forces complicity in the Kessab invasion of Mar.2014 revealed in Court Documents.

Khosrow
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Almasdar reports a Turk planned counter-attack that has saved Nusra’s ass for the time being.

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Shalom Mentat!! Shalom Shalom ZIad.

Saladin
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In war there are always heartbreaking casualties. War is hell. Syria is the anvil on which the Zionist/NWO is striking its hammer blows, and the people of Syria, Lebanon, and Palestine are the ones who are sacrificing themselves in their resistance to this monstrous evil that originates in the financial centers of the west and in the minds of the Elders of Zion. But their courage and sacrifice is not in vain. When the resistance really begins to score major victories, the restless citizens of Jordan and Turkey will rise up against their traitorous governments. Hezbollah, Syria, Iran and the… Read more »
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Was Syria able to hold on to the gains of 2 days ago??

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Canthama
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Well, SAA and allies have lost most of Hatyan, fight is still in the outskirt of it, and a big chunck of Al Mallah, but the SAA and allies managed to liberate several towns, I counted 5 that are well defended and way in to enemy lines, so, besides heavy losses the SAA got in one or two days a huge victory, heavy losses were also on the rat side. I feel very positive so far, it is all about reinforcement and see some serious use of SAAF. A key to this battle was the Turkish involvement, they got intel… Read more »
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I would go all in on trying to close the Bashakuy, Nubl/Zahraa link now. Time to bring in serious reinforcements, heavy weapons and SAAF to bomb the living shit out of every rat that moves. Then on to a good slitting of the Turdish masters.

Mentat
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Dad’s Army don’t do that … they are hunted from one fiasco to the next.

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hb’s link above is to Moon of Alabama. Looks like the Turks are becoming more involved than ever.

Anonymous
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I understand that ATGM’s are not inexpensive; however, incursions like this are a perfect opportunity for a guided strike.

Anonymous
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Russia is flying bomber sorties over England!! 😀 😀 😀 😀 😀

Britain Scrambles Fighter Jets To Escort Russian Bombers

http://www.bignewsnetwork.com/index.php/sid/230408145

Britain says it has scrambled fighter jets to shadow two long-range Russian Bear bombers that were flying near England’s southern coast, the second such incident this year

[…]

Nobilitatis
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Near the coast is NOT over England. Only the German airforce has done that.

Sheldon Murray Rabinowitz
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NoTitandAss, Get off your Kraut airs of superiority, you lost the war dipshit or have you forgotten? Well, I’ll remind you!

Mentat
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You object to statements of fact?

A fascinating complex … please do lean back in the couch and just say whatever crosses you ‘mind’ …

Mentat
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I’m thinking you must be ein Kleiner Engelander, still smarting over the lost Empire, innit?

Sheldon Murray Rabinowitz
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Your splitting hairs there!

Mentat
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Yes, I must confess you are right on that one!

Nobilitatis
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Don’t mention the war, please.

Mentat
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LOL, gut vun!

Anonymous
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Nusra seems to be throwing everything its got into Bashakuy and Hardatnin. I wonder whether the boys in Al-Zahraa village feel like being on offense for a diference?

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From what I have read, SAA and allies have lost Retyan but still hold on to Bashkoy. Bad weather and turkish involvement contributed to this outcome which is not good considering the sacrifice. What I do not understand is what is the urgency about taking the fight north to Bashkoy instead of consolidating the strategic Retyan and proceeding to Nubol and Zahraa. What is the strategic value of Bashkoy and Hardten? The fact ot the bad weather and turkish interference is no excuse because these things were known and expected before operation started, and military planners should have taken them… Read more »
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Absolutely concur. Considering that approaches to Ratyan are flat and opened ground for 2 kilometers in each direction, makes one wonder what happened?! How did they get hit so badly? It makes no sense to me. I am inclined to blame poor communication between saa and various militia units, poor visibility, and lack of cohesion. You often see too many chiefs and not enough Indians at the front lines.

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Indeed, I agree with every word you wrote, esp concerning Ratyan. These are dangerous days for Syria, and what is needed is good strategy and tacticians. The Turkish role is unspeakable – and there are still some Arabs willing to join them? Disgraceful. As you say, RIP for the martyrs – but even more sorrowful is the fate of any captured alive. Al Nusra is boasting of having scores of SAA prisoners – shudder. I hope they are lying, again.

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Ziad,

What do you suppose is going on? All I have been seeing on live leak are videos of cannibals killing and capturing SAA and NDF. Are these real or is it some screw up by the SAA? Some info would be appreciated. Thank You.

Also if this war is to be over soon what is this I hear that Obama the terrorist and his half brother Erdagon have signed off on supplying “moderate terrorists” with arms?

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abdallah of jordan is one of the main conspirators against Syria, his hands are dripping with innocent Syrian blood. he is heir the of traitors and british agents, whom were given a kingdom by the imperialist brits, thus naturally abdallah would never betray his masters. as long as abdallah is in power, southern syria shall see no peace. likewise erdogan of turkey, as long as he is in power northen syria shall see no peace. i have sensed that the alleged burning of the jordainian pilot (stress alleged), was infact a show to provide abdallah with an excuse to invade… Read more »
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Never let a british-descended zionist become the ruler of a Middle East country…

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I really think the Syrian Government and the Syrian army is not really understanding the problem they have. They will not have much time to continue slowly cleaning cities , is unacceptable that in 4 years of war ,they have been unable to clear their own capital from terrorist.. what going on here? That could be understood if was the border with a hostile nation.. but your own capital? The tactics the Syrian army are using are simply wrong.. They need to stop playing fairly ..They have lots of thousands of prisoners in jails who were fighting against them.. that… Read more »
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The Syrian Government could also ask help BRICS nations with military volunteers and others.. Cuba for example sent thousands of fighters to Angola in Africa to help their government in a US sponsored civil war. Im sure with the right diplomacy Syria could get an army of 10,000 to 20,000 of foreigners from friendly nations that could help them.. but so far , Their political actions have been not effective in mobilizing volunteers/ Foreign Military aid from Anti American Christian countries in the west. Venezuela .Nicaragua ,Cuba ,Ecuador and others. many jobless people there that will love to help. You… Read more »
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Good arguments. I think in the heat and stress of battle, people just stick to what they know best. That frequently kills them. No room for creativity…

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Iran is not particularly fanatic, other than in the heads of fanatic neocon zionists, AFAIK. Religious customs and traditions does not automatically mean fanatic.

Iran has not started a war since the 18th century, I read today. Compare that with the constant expansive warfare of the (Anglo)US empire since Columbus set his foot in the Americas.

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Tremendous work done by the SAA and NDF in northern Aleppo. Excessive spreading of takfiri propaganda in response to movements of the SAA is always a strong indication of widespread success. here we go https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xP-31r-7l_4

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Yup. Syrias detractors have become more active (read desperate) than ever here on Syrper. This is a great cadout to Syrper and proof of Syrias tremendous success against the rats. Now both Tyrkey and Jordan have had to become directly involved in order to prop up their failing proxies.

Long live Syria and its heroic people.

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Boiler Room
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my intuition smells victory.

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God bless your intuition Boiler, mine is is telling me things look all right for Syria, huge gains in the past weeks and put the bastard rats on a very tough spot, there is no more easy life for rat’ards in Syria. Smell of victory it is.

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I see Zero Hedge saying that 20 – 25 000 troops are planed for Mosul in Apr-May. Well that’s their battleplan, they just trying to install fear. These jew controlled psychos never quit.

http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2015-02-19/element-surpwhat-pentagon-reveals-details-iraq-military-offensive-involving-25000-tr

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What are you all talking about? Are you guys sleeping? Syria has caused sever damage to the JN and their cronies. The fact that the Turks and Jordanians are getting directly involved is a victory in by it self. Here are some of the facts on the ground. Mentat is the spokes person for the Lobby. He is here to create discord and hark out disappointment and advertise victories as defeats. That is what he does the truth is this: 1- The offensive around Aleppo was conducted with minimal use of Air power. 2- Almost all goals that were set… Read more »
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Not to worry. It’s just that the outward powers are simply more numerous, and Syria’s fragile force faces great odds. To be honest, I wouldn’t have expected them to rebound the way they did these last months, that was incredible. Now they’re overstretched again,which is logical. Time for digging i again, and lick wounds plus wait for the bastards to make their mistakes. Limits are showing, it’s time to start looking for deals maybe, as the situation has much changed, also for the US and Saudis. While the Turks are trying to stick to the status quo. They clearly don’t… Read more »
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Teevee, I with you all the way, Syria has done the impossible in the last 4 years and just in the last 3 weeks managed to lauch 3 offensives, Douma, Quneytra and northern Aleppo, in my view all extremely positive so far and with the potential to be all game changers, we are approaching the line for a total stratetgic victory and there will be left only the job to clean the remaning rats all of the country, things look very good for Syria and expect positive surprises for the weekend in all fronts.

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teevee,
I agree with you regarding the southern front. I hope you are right regarding the rest. As I mentioned in my post, I hope that measures are taking place as we speak to remidy the situation north of aleppo.
I have resisted posting until the situation stabilizes because I did not want t write something that sounds negative , but could not resist anymore.

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Why do you think it would be negative my friend? When the US invaded Normandy that was the turning point against Germany. They gave 1000s of casualties just the first few hours. But who won the War? This is an all out War. being fought building by building, village by village, there will some gains and some losses. Compare 2012 to now. That will make you feel positive. Back in 2012 Mentat and his mates were planning what street in Damascus they would own and whose house they would occupy, today they celebrate measly capturing a dozen or so poor… Read more »
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Thanks Teevee, bear the fangs and get the knives out, along with the SAAF and hundreds of artillery pieces to bomb the snot out of the Turdish stooges.

teevee
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Absolutely my friend even if the offensive in Aleppo was a total failure which it is not by any stretch of imagination, the war is being won without a shadow of a doubt. So I suggest all of us go to the Wahhabi, Turkish, Israeli and others sites and do what their agents do here, let them know they will breath their last here and now in Syria, by the grace of god. and the iron will of the Syrian people.

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Excellent commentary, Tevee. This war has lasted four years and Syria is not only still standing but stronger than ever. Syria has air power they have not used much the past several days. When they assert command of the skies again they will regain what they lost and tighten the noose around Aleppo and the criminal rats inside. The SAA is on the verge of really significant victories.

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‘I never forget during the Iran/Iraq war of the 1980s there was a BBC news clip ‘

You will also not forget that the BBC was Khomeini’s propaganda outlet just like Al Jazeera is today with the ‘Arab Spring’. Saddam’s Iraq was a paradise compared to the Iraq of your British/Iranian puppets Maliki, Jafaari, Abadi and co.

‘Guys I am little disappointed with some posts here today’

Why should they toe your line bully boy.

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I agree teevee, there are two reasons why the turks and jordanians are helping ISIS big time, it IS because they are getting slaughtered or this is taking too long to throw out Assad.

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The fact that the Turks and Jordanians are getting directly involved is a victory in itself” — right, well then I suppose getting a storm of cruise missiles, etc., delivered frei Haus by the Yankis, with no ability to retaliate, must appear as the supreme military achievement to someone like you, no?

Is there no limit to this pathetic excuse-making for Assad/SAA’s incompetence?

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OK genius you figure it out, the army they’ve trained assembled from around the globe spent 10s of billions on it, armed it to teeth, is in a such a shape that they have to directly intervene to save it? So who is winning in your esteemed estimation?

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Nobody.

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ok then, now that you’ve become more sensible. then answer this if nobody is winning then why do the Turks, Jordanians, Israelis and others are directly intervening? Is not to save their proxies from total annihilation? If not then why intervene? Why now? and why where the battles are taking place? So Syria is winning. You might want to refer to your people in the kingdom of death they know why. They know exactly why.

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I think the ‘intervention’ occurred when Yanki bombers appeared in Syrian airspace with the acquiescence of Russia, Iran and Syria.

Why would they allow the single major enemy of them all this liberty, thus opening a barn door to all the future ones it will devise to impose?

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Very well said ! The SAA had up to 700 open fronts to deal with ! A country riddled by sanctions figthing against criminals imported from all over the world.. . This is not a fight of honor, the detractors argue incompetence here, bad leadership there, but what about a unilateral wall of sanctions on weapons, medical supplys, finance ? What about illegal attacks on Syrian soil with fighter jets and artillery ? What about trained and armed proxy armies that ran over to Daesh and went on to horrible atrocities ? No all of this is all good to,… Read more »
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Hello Mr. Ziad, Greetings to u. Read your comment from the other day. Wow, you have turned over a new leaf re: Jordan since I was last here. Over 25,000 troops coming in May to attack Mosul then, exit stage left to Syria to hook up with the Turkish Army coming though Syria from the North, with Jordan leading the charge from the South and Ziad, then what happens:____________________ “took months of behind-the-scenes work by the U.S. and Arab leaders, who agreed on the need to cooperate against Islamic State, but not how or when. The process gave the Saudis… Read more »
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The Syrian army needs a large scale offensive on the areas north of Aleppo involving thousands of troops not the hundreds which has predictably ended in failure. The terrorists are well entrenched in this area and have direct supply lines and logistical support from Turkey. It is folly to expect that 700-800 hundred troops can hold and secure any potential gains, what’s needed is a general offensive in many directions with at least 7-8k troops moving to Northern rural Aleppo. It seems to me that the Syrian ‘leadership’ is afraid of provoking Turkey and NATO, but in the end this… Read more »
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SHALOM little jason!

SHALOM! SHALOM!

Jason
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So you’re quite content to continue wasting the lives of Syrian soldiers in these futile raids on insurgent positions. I suppose this does concur with your view of allowing your Palestinian allies to be ‘pummeled’ by the Zionist enemy for mere image purposes. LOL.

Shalom little teevee!

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hahaha, It is funny how paranoid you’re about me. If I make a comment I put my name on it, Or I just won’t comment. I don’t cuss and I never ever post as Anon. So your paranoia is misplaced just like the rest of you.

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You prefer to hide behind ‘Anon’ when you take up your role of guard dog of the forum, and i’m not in the least bit paranoid about you, it is you who are paranoid and each and everyone of your posts exhibits this.

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And what is your “role” on this forum then Jason, you delusional snickering little weasel? Your just a coward Turk collecting your paycheck from the AKP, just like Mentwat.

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Fuck off Jason you retard.

Anonymous
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Sorry, but you are on the lowest level of refuting an argument (namecalling)

http://www.fairfaxunderground.com/forum/file.php?40,file=11526

I don’t agree with Jason more than (max.) half the time, but he’s got his points now and then.

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Anon- Jason criticizes (at 7:19) those who are “spamming the dislike button.”
Hmmm? …31 dislikes of your regular ‘Shalom’ greeting suggests that he may be guilty of doing the same, don’t you think?
Shalom Jason!

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Seems like someone has got control of the like/dislike button. I’m willing to wager that Mentat and/or Jason and their blessed boyfriends may be the culprits.

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LOL, is this the new Mini-Nukes theory?

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The guard dog is once again spamming the dislike button followed by his increasingly yawn inducing exclamations ‘Shalom’ in the hope of giving the impression to his fellow posters that my views expressed here in the above post are not legitimate and are the work of an ‘Hasbara troll’. I challenge him here to point out anything in the above post which is not a sound analysis of the recent offensive in N Aleppo, and which part if any he considers to be ‘trolling’. Surely disagreeing with certain tactics currently being used by the Syrian government doesn’t qualify as ‘trolling’… Read more »
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"hybrid warfare"

Putin’s Brilliant Tactics In Ukraine Confuses West And Worries NATO

http://kingworldnews.com/putins-brilliant-tactics-ukraine-confuses-west-worries-nato/

Anonymous
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Is that site run by the same Eric King hailed here by open (kosher) society foundation ? Just asking.

http://www.opensocietyfoundations.org/voices/the-spy-files-an-interview-with-eric-king

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Seems some jews know who their master is…Anyway it’s Pro Putin so I enjoyed it!

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Jase, Jaso, Jaseebaby. It’s OK your time to glorify your mercenary army of Wahhabi persuasion will be over soon. Then where will you troll?

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Teevee, your contributions and analysis are important to the Syrper community. Please do not bother yourself with the trolls on this site. Godbless.

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I think that the entire man power of the Syrian Army (SAA) + NDF (or PDC) + other allies is less than 200.000 men. I further think that some 60-70.000 men are in and around Damascus alone. the “alwaite” heartland is well protected with probably around 50-60.000 men, leaving 70-80.000 men for Qalamoun, Homs, Hama, Deraa/Quneitra, Deir al Zour, Hasakah and (what is left of) Idlib AND Aleppo.
So, I think the SAA cannot simply redeploy (tens of) thousands of soldiers to some villages around Aleppo.

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It is obvious that the SAA has a manpower problem. This is why it cannot deploy everywhere and has to prioritize its deploynent and also its operations. The last operation in aleppo would have been successful if it was more limited and went through Retyan to nobul and zahraa. What is the purpose of taking more towns if the SAA cannot keep troops in it to defend it. The towns to be liberated should have strategic value, otherwise why bother. Further we are not seeing syria’s allies ( except hizbullah) helping with the manpower problem. Iran can certainly help more… Read more »
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Sam Haim brings the direct Zion element in here, and claims that the Empire will simply strike now, having run out of patience. This will fill many investor’s pockets and turn Syria into a client sate. Well said ! More reason to make a deal I just wonder if the US will prefer the SAA to ISIL in the end, must be hard to decide. Over all, the world is now split into us cynics, Sam, the believers (western sheeple galore and Islamists) and the folks who are slowly coming around and starting to patiently unbalance the Empire. It has… Read more »
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Sudan's President claims CIA and Mossad 'stand behind' Isis and Boko Haram
Watch for assassination of Sudan’s President The day after President Al-Bashir made the claim that the CIA and Mossad are running ISIS and Boko Haram, the exact press runs that would have reported this were seized from Sudan’s 16 top newspapers and destroyed before they could be distributed. It is fairly obvious that their publishing this was the reason for the seizure, and the fact it happened makes a huge point: Someone is in control of the Sudanese police forces other than the President. Someone gave the order to stop the message about what President Al Bashir said. The details:… Read more »
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That comment was really funny. You heard about Sudan first time, right?

Tony Lizzerri
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The Jordanians have been Zionist collaborators since the 1920s. Read Avi Shlaim’s Collusion Across the Jordan.

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Don’t know if this has been translated elsewhere. The Saker is a good source for translated transcripts (unlikely to be as eloquently-done as Ziad would have done it) —
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Hezbollah Secretary General Nasrallah: “The game is over in Syria”
Full speech delivered by Hizbullah Secretary General Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah during the memorial anniversary of the Resistance Leader Martyrs held in Sayyed Ashuhada Compound on February 16, 2015.
http://vineyardsaker.blogspot.com.au/2015/02/hezbollah-secretary-general-nasrallah.html

CHEVI789
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He also called on shiites to fight (kill terrorists), Assad should now call in all with him to end this as far as I am concerned.Maybe too much pride?.

Anonymous
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Isn’t it odd that Iran is not participating in fighting against isis in Iraq?

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There are participating. But they dont speak about it too much. And the western media is only highlightening iraqi victories with US-Support. In fact, all Major victories of the iraqis were won with iranian advisers….Bye the way,, there is also an iranian “Hand” in the syrian offensive in the south. And there, SAA is succesful. In the North, I expect a good movement on saturday

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They’ve been training Shiite militia to form an Iraqi Hizbollah! You haven’t heard of this yet? They even have an Abrams M1A1 tank in their arsenal!

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What is odd is that you don’t know that they have been assisting more than the West has. As far as I’m concerned the relations between maliki and iran is at least in [art why the west let isis maraud into iraq.

Anonymous
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Jeez! I meant “officially”. Why doesn’t it commit a couple of brigades?

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Iran is involved. I think most of us would like to still see more overt involvement on their part, but they have to play their political cards with the west in order to get the sanctions lifted, if possible. We need to remember that the world is at war right now, the sides have been drawn and the battle is heating up. It is still a mostly cool war except in the obvious hot spots like Syria, Iraq, eastern Ukraine, Afghanistan and parts of Africa. The west (I mean the Zionist controlled west, which is NATO and obviously Israel, with… Read more »
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Very true Saladin. The axis of evil, in fact, acts on impulse like a drunken bully and that, in 50% of occasions will backfire on you in the end. The resistance, on the other hand, acts intuitively and this will be the basis of their victory. Patience and understanding are virtues in warfare.

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Aleppo, Video showing SAA,NDF filming dead Militants in Northern Aleppo this morning.. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Hq0X6oOI0tE

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I don’t know…I am not sure but think it’s a old video….

Luca K
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Hey,
It’s an old vid man, 2012 or 13, summer.
I’ve seen it before.

Johny
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All the prosyrians sites, syria24, syria online, peto lucem, ivan sidorenko, ect… give this video as a recent video.. Hezbollah and syrian army destroyed and killed terrorists in Ref Halab 19/02/2015, revenge took an action after terrorists attacked syrian army on the 18/02/…It is your own mind that the video is old?.. Or you have another source that says that .. give me a link …

Anonymous
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Can Syria just strike everything that moves on the reinforcement road from Turkey to the Aleppo militants? It would not be a territorial enxirclement but aslong as nothing can be delivered to the rebels inside Aleppo, Syria could just wait it out.

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Ozsceptic
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Time for a Jason-style LOL
The horrors of an Egyptian jail!!!
Aljazeera’s Peter Greste (Mossad Spy) spoke of how he ‘survived’ his 400 days locked up in an Egyptian regime jail. He said that he “…started each day with meditation, then do some running and also started a (distance education) Master’s Degree in International Relations. (a bit late for that, Pete!)
http://www.theage.com.au/world/aljazeera-negligent-says-peter-greste-colleague-mohamed-fahmy-20150220-13k2bh.html
Those brutal secular Egyptians!

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Yeah, good one, Pete!
No doubt Greste was taking a distance education course, with Professor al-Qaradawi teaching him ‘International Relations’!

gbcd
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Terrorists fighting each other. GORIFIC details. Watch video.
http://myawesomedailyfinds.blogspot.com/2015/02/the-saa-watches-terrorists-fighting.html

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Ziad: Is it true that ‘Hashemite’ is the Jordanian version of our famous Australian culinary delicacy, Vegemite?

dudleydoright911
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It is a demonic hybrid of vegemite and hashish.

pop to next boiling pot
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Commenting to some posts above..
ref. MSM control in Sudan ..

Meanwhile clandestinely in Serbia too
all MSM were bought up via CIA channeled buyers.
Targeting next round against Serbia with a Kosovo II,
to balkanize Voivodina from rump Serbia.
A certain well known ex-general Pretorius already
put in charge for that Usrael coup.
More on voltaire net

Flanders
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Ongoing clashes in ‪#‎Rityan‬ between ‪#‎SAA‬ and terrorist groups , ‪#‎Hardatnin‬ is under #SAA control .

http://wikimapia.org/#lang=en&lat=36.363107&lon=37.076969&z=13&m=b&search=aleppo

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Hi Flanders, as a summary of the events so far in Aleppo I got the following situation, let me know whether you see it differently : 1) West/NE of Aleppo : less noted by people, but the SAA is advancing westwards from Aleppo toward the mountains. Today it is was reported that it now controls most of : Mansoura Al Rashidin District/Suburb Deep penetration in Al Layramoun (NW of Aleppo) Al Zahraa district (Airforce Intelligence building) 80+% of Bani Zaid Youth housing Reported fights in Khan Al Asal district Solid dvances Khaldieyh http://wikimapia.org/#lang=pt&lat=36.180147&lon=37.066669&z=14&m=b 2) North : Syria liberated and controls… Read more »
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The SAA need to use TOS-1 to clear nusrat in Rityan and Al Mallah farms. Unfortunately Russia under pressure from its ” friends” prefer to have the SAA fight WW I battles.
I feel sorry for the captured soldiers, but this should not prevent the SAA from attacking to take Rityan back. If I was captured by nusrat, I would rather die rather than stay captive, which we all know, would not be captive for long. These rats always kill their prisoners in a horrific fashion.

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Hard to say, must be something like that. Al Mallah farms mostly in the hands of the SAA. I’m not that impressed by the what I have seen as far as the quality of the troops goes. 40 surrendered? NDF troops. Motivated, not hardcore enough with Sovejt area stuff. So, where are the elite blitzkrieg troops that are needed to force ahead?

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According to Leith in the Al Masdar article that came out just now, Nusra has possession of 2/48 farms in Al Mallah, including the strategic spring area.

Canthama
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Even better then. I am copying almasdarnews article for Syrpers to see. Very positive news.

http://www.almasdarnews.com/article/bell-tolls-battle-aleppo-intensifies/

Canthama
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Interesting maps on the latest development in Aleppo from wikipedia, darker gree showing advances on the western Aleppo side from the past few days.

Before the advance :
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Rif_Aleppo2.svg

As of today :
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cities_and_towns_during_the_Syrian_Civil_War#mediaviewer/File:Rif_Aleppo2.svg

Johny
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Johny

Canthama, according peto lucem and ivan sidorenko tweet, the Al-Mallah farms are still unter SAA control.. You’ve right for the west district.. In Layramoun the SAA impose their full control on”Sadcop” and “the Mall”near Layramoun square,amid large advances in the region,backed by the SyAAF…

Canthama
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Canthama
Johny, new map from Peto on Aleppo, it shows the long contexted area in Al Mallah farms, the advances in Layramoun and Bani Zaid and now the spear head advance from Nbul & Al Zahraa toward Bayanoon, the NDF/Hizbollah from the cities decided to take the fight to the Nusrats in Bayanoon, fighting in NW of this town. The interesting point here is that Nusrats now will have to defend in two positions. I have no doubt that this attack will aliviate the pressure mounting in Bashkuy and will revert some terrain loses yesterday, very bold move. Another aspect is… Read more »
gamejoe
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I have the idea that the saa is advancing in Aleppo but the price is high. Is that right ?. Maybe first more bombs on the rats, or operate more cautious.

gamejoe
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gamejoe

I read that the cockroach held area’s in Aleppo are under turkey command right now.

gamejoe
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gamejoe

Looks like that road to aleppo is as good as closed for new supply for the rats
https://twitter.com/archicivilians/status/568833847720194048/photo/1

al Jarban
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al Jarban

Archicivilians is a Nusrat collaborator and his map sucks. I wouldn’t pay attention to his crap, it’s only use is to see the propaganda the other side is spinning at any point in time. Although I do agree with your sentiment.

Canthama
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Canthama

gamejoe, I agree with al Jarban, archicivilians is biased toward rats, though I sometimes do read him to check on the other side, I do it knowing he is always inflating anything coming from rats. His maps are in general very poor, see Aleppo with a huge ratland in the middle and no other map from Aleppo shows rats dominating most of Aleppo, simply BS, one could say that Peto’s map could be biased toward Syria, but it is actually quite acurate most of the times, I recomend maps from Peto, SchwarzeSun and Aghatacle de Syracuse.

pop
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Latest UN-report unmask Israeli Defence Forces (IDF)
regular cooperation with IS.
http://21stcenturywire.com/2015/02/19/un-report-reveals-how-israel-is-coordinating-with-isis-militants-inside-syria/

Anonymous
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Video from Al-Manar showing SAA and allies attacking Nobol in Alleppo
http://myawesomedailyfinds.blogspot.com/2015/02/saa-and-hizbollah-fight-terrorists-in.html

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